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I, JEREMY LENARD have been convicted of CARNAL KNOWLEDGE OF A JUVENILE in the 4th Judicial District Court of Lincoln Parish. My address is 168 BARROW CIRCLE, DUBACH, LA 71235.
Race: WHITE
Sex: MALE
DOB: 7/27/1979
Height: 5’11”
Weight: 190 lbs
Hair Color: BLACK
Eye Color: HAZEL
Scars, tattoos, other identifying marks: TATTOO - R. Ankle - cross with a tribal around it
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2td: December 19 & 18, 2011

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Mixing fun with business

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’Dogs will enjoy San Diego, but also want win
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SAN DIEGO, Calif. — No, Louisiana Tech University’s football team won’t be a part of the television reality show called “The Real World, San Diego.”
But during their five-day stay, the Bulldogs will be partaking of just about every other well-known tourist attraction or event that is planned for the San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl.
“The big key is mixing the fun with the business that we have out there,” said Bulldogs’ Head Coach Sonny Dykes. “It’s a pleasure trip, but it’s also a busine

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O.K.’s Corral

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San Diego: Great reward for Bulldogs
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SAN DIEGO, Calif. — As gloomy as the early part of this season was for Louisiana Tech University, it’s only fitting that the football season will end in sunny San Diego.
In so far as the so-called “lower tier” of the vast bowl landscape is concerned, the San Diego Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl is located in one of the most beautiful and livable cities in the U.S.
At least that’s what I’ve read, been told and heard about.
San Diego is one of the few places in Caiifornia I haven’t been to, so I have to admit to some subtle “cheering” for that city when the list of Tech’s prospective bowl sites were circulating right after clinching an outright Western Athletic Conference title.

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Tech radio: fun ride to bowl

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(Editor’s note: Teddy Allen made his debut as an analyst to legendary play-by-play announcer Dave Nitz for Louisiana Tech’s football broadcasts this seson. For sure, Allen and his cohorts in the booth and on the sidelines had a special look at the team’s march to a bowl game).
SAN DIEGO, Calif. — It started at 9 at night in a south Mississippi tropical storm and ended in mid-evening in a steady north Louisiana rain. In between was the football version of something mixed up enough to look like the inside of my grandmamma Ruth’s handbag.

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Tech rallies from 13 down to beat UALR

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RUSTON — Behind a career-high 26 and 18 points from freshmen guards Raheem Appleby and Kenneth Smith, respectively, Louisiana Tech (6-5) came back from 13 down in the second half to defeat Arkansas-Little Rock (3-9) 71-68 at the Thomas Assembly Center Saturday night.
The Bulldogs took their only lead of the first half 3-2 at the 19:01 mark.
Senior guard Trevor Gaskins was able to cut the UALR advantage to two, 10-8, but the Trojans responded with an 8-0 run.

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Memphis ends Techster’s three-game winning streak

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QUEENS, N.Y. - Shantale Bramble-Donaldson recorded her fourth double double of the year, but it wasn't enough as Memphis defeated Louisiana Tech 86-67 Saturday afternoon at Carnesecca Arena in the first day of the 2011 St. John's Chartwell Holiday Classic.
Brittany Carter scored 24 points and Jasmine Lee added 23 points as Memphis (9-1) won for the seventh straight time while snapping LA Tech's (5-7) three-game winning streak.
The Tigers shot 51 percent (31-61) from the field, including 64 percent (14-22) in the second half, while holding the Lady Techsters to only 33 percent (22-66) shooting.

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